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CBS
Nov 8, 2012 5:00pm EST
of california announced a study of height restrictions that will start next month. advocates say easing those restrictions slightly could open up the new development opportunities, but preservation is vowed to fight any changes to the law. people living around the glenmont neighborhood will be a long time coming. those recommendations called for the concentrating new developments in and around the station. and the shopping center, which is at georgia avenue in randolph road. they would also have new houses and more path for people to walk and bike. >>> a local non-profit is slicing the pie, all for a good cause today. they are hosting a community pie day in support of the thanksgiving campaign to benefit people that are critically ill. the campaign, a slice of life. they fund the nutritious home delivered meal for people in need and this year's goal is to deliver over a million of those healthy meals. today's kick off took place at the square. >>> welcoming up, a brazen break-in. robbers on motorbikes ride all the way into a shopping center. this is an incredible jewelry store heist. >>> desi
CBS
Nov 12, 2012 5:00pm EST
generation love story and the heroine is modeled on his wife maria. >> she's the barefooted california girl running up the mountainside. >> reporter: kirkland's heart goes out to today's vets. >> these poor guys coming home all beat up and whatever, it just goes on and on. >> reporter: he says world war ii was a very different war. >> when i fought, it was you're fighting to win. you kill the other guy, period. >> reporter: he'll always remember, but he hopes the world never relives it. in vienna, virginia, bruce leshan, 9 news now. >> we've got a link to richard c. kirkland's website on our website www.wusa9.com. >>> now let's get to some breaking news in rockville, maryland. there's a man accused of threatening students at montgomery college. we have the latest on this. >> reporter: right now what we know is a 19-year-old man is in custody. he's actually at rockville city police at this point. they say he allegedly threatened to shoot people on the campus of montgomery college. they say the way it went down is other people overheard him saying he was going to shoot up the campus. they
CBS
Nov 6, 2012 5:00pm EST
from the sprinkler system. >>> now a dramatics rescue in northern california after a boat carrying seven people capsized. it happened in the choppy cold waters of tamales bay. two children were also freed after crews cut open the hull of the 25-foot boat. investigators say at least five of the people were not wearing life jackets but no one was seriously hurt. >>> well, still ahead, who has the most at stake this election day? we continue our analysis with a look at those on medicaid and folks with pre-existing medical conditions who have no insurance. >>> all of us americans have a lot of stake in the election but there are certain groups who will be profoundly affected by the policies of the next commander-in-chief. >> they include the defense employees, wealthy americans, medicaid recipients, government workers and people with pre- existing medical conditions who currently lack health insurance of their own. right now let's talk about what's at stake for those on medicaid in this election. the president's affordable care act greatly expands who's eligible for medicaid coverage.
CBS
Nov 9, 2012 5:00pm EST
, california. flames shot through the roof of whole seen the giant incorporated in the middle of the night. investigators say the fire drove firefighters out of the building it was so intense. so instead they tried to contain that fire by pouring streams of water on it from the outside. luckily no one was hurt. >>> coming up a story of one student's inspiration coming from a family tragedy in our weekly high school feature. >> the signal of love of a famous family patriarch has gone missing, the wedding ring next. >>> in d.c. the name mervin's names diamonds. the family has been selling jewelry for years and they've got diamonds by the bushel. >> but now there's a big fuss over the one diamond they don't have. the matriach desperately wants your help finding the cherished wedding ring. no doubt you've been in your car and heard this. >> the mervis family has been working those diamond fields for generations. >> reporter: marsha mervis, meet the woman behind the man behind the d.c. area diamond empire. >> i had to get married. you don't get married, i said oh, yes, i'll marry you. >> repor
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